Naulakha Mandir, Deoghar

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  • This temple is very old and historical. It's with in the city. The place is quite and clean. You can sit and enjoy this place. This temple is one of the popular place to visit in this city.  more »
  • hostile staff pickpockets and monkeys around. Everywhere beggars in different dress keep on asking money and passing lewd comments to female tourists  more »
  • The temple is very old and beautiful. The location is located with in the Deoghar town. Very peaceful and quiet place. When at Deoghar one must visit and have a look to a wonderful temple.  more »
  • Situated just 1.5 km from the main temple i.e. Baidyanath dham temple of DEOGHAR district, this temple measures 146 ft high and is very similar to the temple of Ramakrishna in Belur. It is dedicated to Radha-Krishna and since its construction cost Rs. 9 lakh, it is also known as Naulakha temple. देवघर के बाहरी हिस्से में स्थित यह मंदिर अपने वास्तुशिल्प की ख़ूबसूरती के लिए जाना जाता है।इस मंदिर का निर्माण बालानंद ब्रह्मचारी के एक अनुयायी ने किया था।जो शहर से 8 किलोमीटर दूर तपोवन में तपस्या करते थे।
  • Full of peace and purity, this place is very beautiful and relaxing. It is one of the heritage places. They will prohibit you to take pictures as the board reads. But there's no such strictness. May be because there are some professional photographers as they say, could take pictures for some money. Don't touch the walls it's really is very unique and beautiful in its own.
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  • Naulakha Mandir is situated at a distance of around 2 km from Baba Baidyanath Temple. Possessing similar architecture of Ramakrishna Temple in Belur, the shrine encompasses beautiful idols of Radha and Krishna ranging about 146 ft in height. The name of the temple is derived from the amount spent in its construction, which was donated by Rani Charushila, a queen of Pathuria Ghat royal family, Kolkata. Making the total cost of around nine lakh rupees, the temple received its name as Naulakha. The temple was constructed on the advice of Balananda Brahmachari, a saint whose idol is also enshrined in the temple. It is believed that the queen left her home after the sudden death of her husband, Akshay Ghosh and son, Jatindra Ghosh. Depressed with the sorrowful fate, the queen met the saint who asked her to construct this temple.
  • It's a amazing place. A nice temple here

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